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Images Dated 4th October 2019

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Choose from 109 pictures in our Images Dated 4th October 2019 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Staff of the Challenger office, ca. 1886 Featured 4 Oct 2019 Print

Staff of the Challenger office, ca. 1886

Photographer: unknown. Staff of the Challenger office at 32 Quin Street, Edinburgh, about 1886. The members of the staff, from left to right are: Thomas Dawson, James Chumley, T. Wemyss Fulton. Fred. G. Pearcey, John Gunn, Robert Henry McArthur, and James G. Ross

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Duke of Edinburgh opens Yorkshire exhibition arts & manuf Featured 4 Oct 2019 Print

Duke of Edinburgh opens Yorkshire exhibition arts & manuf

Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, fourth child and second son of Queen Victoria, opening the Yorkshire Exhibition of Arts and Manufacture at Leeds in May 1875. Double page spread from The Illustrated London News showing scenes of the festivities and inside the exhibition. Date: 1875

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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A replica - for six and three quarter laps! Featured 4 Oct 2019 Print

A replica - for six and three quarter laps!

In the 1935 Lightweight, H G Tyrell Smith came round Kate's Cottage on his seventh and last lap, to find the road had been opened in error. Touring through the crowds making their way back to Douglas, he appealed to the Stewards, was given the same lap time as his sixth, and ended up with a replica for eleventh place on his Rudge